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Apology Letter to Landlord for Noise Complaint (Sample)

Better to apologize than to drag the matter to a worse dispute over a small issue. The conflicts between landlords and tenants is a thing going on for ages.

how to write an apology letter to your landlord
One of the issues that arise is complaints against the tenant for playing loud music in the landlord's rented premises or talking loudly with friends many times in a day, which creates botheration to the neighbors.

If the tenant realizes that he has done such a mistake, then he should apologize to the neighbors and commit not to repeat it again, so that any complaints to the landlord from neighbors may be avoided.

If the neighbors have already complained and the landlord called you asking for an explanation and was very annoyed about this, then you should immediately apologize for your actions.

Here are examples of such apology letters to the landlord.

TEMPLATE #1 (Letter)

Date: ...................

To
(Name of the Landlord)
(Address)

Dear Sir/Madam,

I would like to deeply apologize for the complaint that you have received from our neighbors against me for creating noise in the flat.

Generally, I am very careful on this matter and I try my best not to create any nuisance to any neighbors. But, yesterday, there was a small gathering in the flat with some of my friends to celebrate one's birthday. We were having a little fun and the music was a bit loud. We certainly did not realize at that moment that it was bothering our neighbors.

I am very sorry for this botheration. I know it is totally irresponsible and unacceptable behavior on my part. I ensure you, it will not be repeated again in the future.

I will also try to personally apologize to the neighbors when I meet them.

Thank you for your understanding! Have a nice day!

Yours faithfully,

   (signature)
(Name of the Tenant)


TEMPLATE #2 (Email)

Dear Sir,

Please accept my sincere apology for the noise at the flat on (Date).

There was a small party with a few friends that day. In the flow of things, we did not realise the music was a botheration to the neighbors. I will personally meet and apologize to the neighbors for this mistake.

I would like to assure you that such an incident will not happen again in the future.

Once again, I am very sorry for my actions.

Regards,
(Tenant's Name)

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